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Adamstown Area Library to host Ireland music band
Fire and books don’t normally mix, but Fire in the Glen, a band specializing in the music of Ireland, is planning a visit to the Adamstown Area Library.
Fire in the Glen is a popular Irish, Scottish and Maritime music band based in Lancaster. The band will entertain the library on Thursday, March 27 at 7 p.m.
Fire in the Glen was started on St. Paddy’s Day 1999 and has shared a stage with international touring acts, including Lunasa, Aoife Clancy and Great Big Sea. They have performed at numerous festivals, fairs, lawn concerts and special events.
Additionally, they have played for national television audiences as part of QVC’s annual Rose of Tralee and St. Patrick’s Day specials as well as Countdown Lancaster festivities on New Year’s Eve for many years.
They have released four CDs to date: “On the Road to Lisdoonvarna” (2000), “Pirates, Wakes & Whiskey” (2002), “Let the Wind Blow High” (2005), and “Shout ‘til the Break of Day” (2010).
The show is open to the public and free of charge. Visit the Adamstown Area Library website at www.adamstownarealibrary.org to register.
The Adamstown Area Library is located at 3000 N. Reading Road, Route 272, Adamstown.